Trump State of the Union Lies and False Statements

President Trump’s State of The Union 2020: Fact Check

Trump averaged one false claim every 2.5 minutes in what might be his final State of the Union address.

 

Washington Post Fact-checking Trump’s 2020 State of the Union

Trump gave his 2020 State of the Union address on Feb. 4, the final of his first term. Although much has changed since the president’s last State of the Union (like his impeachment), parts of his speech were familiar. Once again, it was full of dubious claims. The Fact Checker reviews some of his most-repeated false claims.

 

Fact checking Trump’s economic claims in his State of the Union address

CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin and Politico’s Ben White join Stephanie Ruhle to separate the fact from the fiction from President Trump’s economic claims during his State of the Union address.

 

(From the Jimmy Kimmel show, just for fun) Trump 2020 SOTU Lies Measured with a Poloygraph

 

2019 Trump State of the Union Lies and False Statements

Fact-Checking President Trump’s 2019 State of the Union found One False Claim every 2 Minutes

 

10 Dubious claims made by Trump during his 2019 SOTU address to Congress

 

 

2018 Trump State of Union False Claim Every 4.5 Minutes

 

Trump the self-proclaimed ‘very stable genius’ has told more than 16,000 lies

BALTIMORE – Two days before these U.S. Senate impeachment proceedings opened, newspapers across America carried reviews of a brand new book about President Donald Trump, called “A Very Stable Genius.” The title is meant ironically.

Trump the self-proclaimed ‘very stable genius’ has told more than 16,000 lies

With over 16,000 lies, false or misleading statements, NOTHING Trump says can be believed.